Everybody makes mistakes. Even though we try to do things right, it is inevitable to eventually slip up. In this week's Torah portion we see how even Moses, one of the most heavily praised figures in Judaism, made a mistake.
In this week's Parsha, we are introduced to a Levite named Korach, who challenges Moses’ leadership and the Priesthood of Aaron.
This week's parsha is Shelach Lecha which tells the story of the sending of the 12 spies into Israel.
In this week's parasha a group of Jews ask "why should we be deprived?".
In this week’s parsha, Moses guides the Israelites through the Sinai desert on their journey to the Promised Land.
Parshat Bamidbar speaks about the journeys of the Jewish people. It describes the composition of each tribe - what position they travelled in, which tribe disassembled the mishkan, just to name a few.
This week’s parsha, Behar-Bechukotai, takes place on Mount Sinai where G-d communicates to Moses the laws of the Sabbatical year.
This week’s parsha, parashat Emor, describes multiple rules. Among these rules are: purity rules for the Kohanim; the recounting of the holy days; preparations for the Menorah lights and bread for the Beit Mikdash; and a story about a blasphemer and his punishment.
In this week’s parsha, Parashat Acharei Mot, we read about the ritual of Yom Kippur.